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Guitar Scales Handbook: A Step-By-Step, 100-Lesson Guide to Scales, Music Theory, and Fretboard Theory (Book & Videos) (Steeplechase Guitar Instruction)

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In Guitar Scales Handbook, virtuoso guitarist and music professor, Damon Ferrante will lead you from any level of guitar playing to excellence. His step-by-step, 100-lesson method has been proven to be easy to follow and to reduce the effort, time, expense of guitar learning, and make you play better than ever! Thousands of guitarists of all ages appreciate the fact that F In Guitar Scales Handbook, virtuoso guitarist and music professor, Damon Ferrante will lead you from any level of guitar playing to excellence. His step-by-step, 100-lesson method has been proven to be easy to follow and to reduce the effort, time, expense of guitar learning, and make you play better than ever! Thousands of guitarists of all ages appreciate the fact that Ferrante's methods enhance creativity and allow players to expand their own musical individuality and improvisational techniques, while teaching alternate picking and legato, increasing the speed and accuracy of their playing, and improving their music theory understanding. No music reading is required! Guitar Scales Handbook is a 130-Page Book and Video Course for learning scales, music theory, and fretboard theory. It is designed to work very well in Kindle, iPad, iPhone, and eBook platforms. The book is organized in a 100-lesson format that takes you step by step through scales, the notes on the guitar neck, intervals, and music theory. Each lesson builds on the next and the book is designed for beginners through advanced / virtuoso guitarists. This New Edition includes 1 1/2 Hours of Free Streaming Videos! The video lessons cover  guitar technique, music theory, guitar licks and solos, how to play scales, Jam Tracks, and developing good practice goals. As part of the Steeplechase Guitar Instruction Series, Guitar Scales Handbook works well with Guitar Adventures and Guitar Arpeggio Handbook (also by Damon Ferrante and available in Paperback and Kindle Editions). The following scales (in 1, 2, and 3 Octaves with fingerings and music theory) are covered in the book: Major Scale and Modes, Minor Scales, The Blues Scale, Pentatonic Major & Minor and Modes, Chromatic Scale, Harmonic Minor, and Advanced / Exotic Scales. Check out the Video on Damon Ferrante's Author Page on Amazon.


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In Guitar Scales Handbook, virtuoso guitarist and music professor, Damon Ferrante will lead you from any level of guitar playing to excellence. His step-by-step, 100-lesson method has been proven to be easy to follow and to reduce the effort, time, expense of guitar learning, and make you play better than ever! Thousands of guitarists of all ages appreciate the fact that F In Guitar Scales Handbook, virtuoso guitarist and music professor, Damon Ferrante will lead you from any level of guitar playing to excellence. His step-by-step, 100-lesson method has been proven to be easy to follow and to reduce the effort, time, expense of guitar learning, and make you play better than ever! Thousands of guitarists of all ages appreciate the fact that Ferrante's methods enhance creativity and allow players to expand their own musical individuality and improvisational techniques, while teaching alternate picking and legato, increasing the speed and accuracy of their playing, and improving their music theory understanding. No music reading is required! Guitar Scales Handbook is a 130-Page Book and Video Course for learning scales, music theory, and fretboard theory. It is designed to work very well in Kindle, iPad, iPhone, and eBook platforms. The book is organized in a 100-lesson format that takes you step by step through scales, the notes on the guitar neck, intervals, and music theory. Each lesson builds on the next and the book is designed for beginners through advanced / virtuoso guitarists. This New Edition includes 1 1/2 Hours of Free Streaming Videos! The video lessons cover  guitar technique, music theory, guitar licks and solos, how to play scales, Jam Tracks, and developing good practice goals. As part of the Steeplechase Guitar Instruction Series, Guitar Scales Handbook works well with Guitar Adventures and Guitar Arpeggio Handbook (also by Damon Ferrante and available in Paperback and Kindle Editions). The following scales (in 1, 2, and 3 Octaves with fingerings and music theory) are covered in the book: Major Scale and Modes, Minor Scales, The Blues Scale, Pentatonic Major & Minor and Modes, Chromatic Scale, Harmonic Minor, and Advanced / Exotic Scales. Check out the Video on Damon Ferrante's Author Page on Amazon.

30 review for Guitar Scales Handbook: A Step-By-Step, 100-Lesson Guide to Scales, Music Theory, and Fretboard Theory (Book & Videos) (Steeplechase Guitar Instruction)

  1. 5 out of 5

    frsalas32

    I wish I would’ve crossed this book many years ago.. This book is a jewel. Graphically and the video audio resources is a cyber classroom.. thanks so much for cheering this master piece

  2. 5 out of 5

    Buffy Porch

    Prefect for anyone learning to play The book is very informative and easy to understand. The corresponding free videos are like icing on the cake. I would recommend this book to anyone that is wanting to learn to play guitar.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    Can't complain It had all the scales, I can't complain, besides the fact that I don't know where my guitar went so it's pretty pointless to me right now..... Can't complain It had all the scales, I can't complain, besides the fact that I don't know where my guitar went so it's pretty pointless to me right now.....

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jeroen

    Not impressed by this book. Just gives a very dry 100+ pages overview of scales (/modes). As for the title 'step by step lesson guide': there are no lessons to be found. Just page after page of scales without tips for using when or where in a song. Might prove some kind of a nice reference book when I want to look up some scale starting on string X, but that'll be all. Not impressed by this book. Just gives a very dry 100+ pages overview of scales (/modes). As for the title 'step by step lesson guide': there are no lessons to be found. Just page after page of scales without tips for using when or where in a song. Might prove some kind of a nice reference book when I want to look up some scale starting on string X, but that'll be all.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jason E. Homeyer

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    Sharon

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    Laura Hansen

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    Jim Davis

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    Jesse Ann Newquist

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    Jack Walker

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    Michael Rosengarten

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    Duncan Pham

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    Mike Hogue

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